Don’t Miss John O’Connell: Live at Cables!

Tickets are selling fast for legendary Liverpool musician John O’Connell‘s performance at Prescot Cables FC on 17th May 2019. A former member of much-loved local band Groundpig, John enjoys a number of residencies and continues to play many styles of music including the likes of Bob Dylan, James Taylor, The Pogues, The Killers, Coldplay, Cat Stevens, U2 and Snow Patrol.…

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Club Statement: Brian Richardson

The club’s First Team Manager, Brian Richardson has today tendered his resignation, in order to join FC United of Manchester as their assistant manager. Since his appointment in October 2016, Brian has transformed the club’s on-field fortunes. The former professional player found Prescot Cables at the foot of the Evo-Stik League North Division and successfully guided the club away from…

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Thank you!

The Board of Directors would like to thank our magnificent supporters for their steadfast backing of the team this season. To have achieved an average home attendance of 400 would have been unthinkable a few years ago and we are so grateful to everyone who has got behind the club. We are certain that having such loyal and passionate fans…

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End of Season Presentations

Tony Carroll receives the Chairman's Cup

A memorable and successful campaign was celebrated on Saturday evening after the match at Droylsden with a Presentation Evening which was held at Volair Park. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Golden Boot winner Chris Almond picked up two of the Player of the Year awards that were up for grabs but he wasn’t the only player to take home a trophy as the…

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Senior Cup Final Information

In this bulletin you will find information on tonight’s game including: Directions to the Ground Code Of Conduct for Supporters General Information. General Information We are expecting large crowds tonight so we would advise getting there early to avoid missing the match kick off time of 7:45pm. There will be bag searches conducted on entry to the ground so please…

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